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Canadian History Ehx

Jun 29, 2020

He is one of the top historians in Alberta, bringing the history of the province to life through books, song and his educational programs. 

Today on the podcast, my interview with The History Wrangler. Find him on Twitter at and visit his website at


Jun 27, 2020

On June 30, 1912, the deadliest tornado in Canadian history would tear through Regina, Saskatchewan for three minutes, leaving devastation behind it.

Today, the story of the Regina Cyclone

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Jun 24, 2020

A year that saw a terrible mine disaster, the birth of two amazing Canadian athletes and the death of a noted explorer, 1887 was quite the year for Canada.

On June 29 at 2:30 p.m., I will be hosting a Zoom History Conference on the Barr Colony Expedition. Register by e-mailing me at


Jun 22, 2020

Canada has a lot of cemeteries, and a lot of history tied to them. Adam Montgomery looks at that history with his Canadian Cemetery History project, and he took time to speak with me about it. Enjoy!

Register for my June 29 Zoom history conference on the Barr Colony Expedition of 1903, only $10 - E-mail

Jun 20, 2020

Chief Nicola/Nikola was the chief of the Okanagan people for much of the first half of the 19th Century.

During that time he fostered good relations with the Hudson's Bay Company, launched a huge war against the people who killed his father and changed British Columbia forever.

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